For mountain bikers the Dolomites are a dream come true: there are innumerable routes at different altitudes for dedicated pedallers, with excursions for every ability described in many different publications. It is also possible to arrange guided tours through the Dolomites with qualified mountain-bike guides. For true biking freaks there is the Stoneman Trail tour: 120 kilometres and 4569 metres of ascent, while road bike enthusiasts can take on the finest passes in the Dolomites. Down below, the impressive mountain views of the Pustertal Valley cycle trail entice leisure cyclists and families alike into the saddle. There are many places for cycling, but the Dolomite panoramas makes this holiday region unique!
Reasons for cycling in the Dolomites
- cycling season from mid/end-March to October
- pleasant temperatures along a wide range of cycle ways
- unique and breathtaking (mountain) landscapes
- biking on the Seiser Alm, Europe’s largest Alpine pasture, and nature highlights such as the Rosengarten mountain, the Karersee Lake, the Pragser Wildsee Lake and the peaks of the Drei Zinnen
- trails, passes and meadow paths – there is a Dolomites experience for every type of cyclist